It’s Half Term!

  • Ugly Duckling

    Ugly Duckling

  • Alice in Wonderland

    Alice in Wonderland

  • The Emoji Movie

    The Emoji Movie

Lots to see and do at the South Holland Centre to keep the kids entertained!

Frankenstein 2525 Spooky Youth Theatre 

Over two days, 7 to 13s can create their own spooky show filled with singing, acting and dancing to perform to family and friends at the end of the second day. With ACT II Theatre Company. Monday 23 October 10am to 4pm & Tuesday 24 October 10am to 6pm. £25, additional siblings £20

 

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in this colourful ballet inspired by Lewis Carroll’s much-loved book featuring a highly strung Queen of Hearts, a sinuous caterpillar and a tap dancing Mad Hatter! Royal Opera House Ballet Live Broadcast Screening. Monday 23 October 7.15pm. £14, £12.50 conc, £10 per person groups 4+

 

Ugly Duckling Live Show

Hans Christian Andersen’s tale is told through a menagerie of mischievous animals and live music that quacks and trills. For children aged 3+ & their families. Wednesday 25 October 2pm. £7.50, £6.50 children, £6.50 per person groups 4+. Presented by Tutti Frutti Productions & York Theatre Royal

**EXTRA** Ugly Duckling Pre-show Chick Crafts Drop in from 12.30pm to create a cheeky chick with craft materials. Free for all show ticket-holders.

 

The Emoji Movie (U)

Emojis live in every smartphone, and this story follows Gene who is the only Emoji capable of multiple emotions but who just wants to be ‘normal’! James Corden, Anna Faris and Patrick Stewart are amongst the stars who lend their voices to this Sony Pictures Animation movie. Mon 23 2pm, Wed 25 6pm, Thu 26 11am relaxed, Thu 26 2pm, Sat 28 2pm. Matinee tickets all £5.50. Evenings £6.50, £5.75 per person family ticket, £5.50 under 16s and general concessions.


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